Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Frozen Food...It's What's For Dinner - @RedsBurritos

I just worked a REALLY long shift at work!
Long for me at least...
Serving food at a restaurant is a lot of work!  
So when I clocked out...I was literally starving!

All products (coupons for free product) were sent free of charge by the company.  I was not offered any monetary compensation by posting my honest opinion about these products.

Since I was the only one home this evening,  I was excited and relieved that I could come home to enjoy a hot, organic, & perservative free meal, that was ready to eat in a matter of minutes! 
Are you a little bit curious what I ate for dinner?
Let's start at the beginning...
A couple days ago, in the mail, I received four coupons, to enjoy FOUR of Red's All Natural frozen products for FREE for this review/feature.
I purchased FOUR different Red's All Natural Products at our local CVS store.  
They were all reasonably priced, even without the coupons, and there was more selection than just the ones I picked out.  I came home, put them in the freezer and knew I would be enjoying them soon!
Two different types of burritos and two different types of enchiladas...these would make for a tasty meal!


So as soon as I got hom, I pulled the chicken enchiladas out of the freezer and heated them up the "preferred way"...IN THE MICROWAVE!  I kinda giggled when I saw that, because I was excited that I could eat them quicker and that using the microwave was the "BEST WAY" to make that happen!  I punctured the film, heated them up, let them sit and then I transferred them to a plate, mainly because I wanted to feel better about eating a frozen meal.  These enchiladas were not spicy...in fact, the sauce is kind of bland.  I know that some people would prefer it being mild, because they can spice it up more on their own....instead of over seasoning them.  So I added some fresh salsa and they were very good.  
I ate them both and felt pretty guilt free about the fact that they were only 380 calories total and 20 grams of protein.  


I was so hungry after my work shift (this is not normal because I would typically be full after the enchiladas), I also decided to try the Chicken, Cilantro & Lime Burrito too.  This burrito only has 250 calories and 12 grams of protein.  The preferred method for cooking it, was to defrost the burrito in the microwave for about 1 minute, then to transfer to a pre-heated oven for 12-15 minutes.  YUMMY!  The tortilla was crispy and the insides were warm & tasty.   I also topped it with some fresh salsa and after indulging in this burrito as well, I am totally stuffed and satisfied! 
After Mike found himself loving his wife Paige's burritos, he decided they were good enough to share with the world too.  Their dog, "Red", gave his approval, and from there...it was history.

I have a couple more products in the freezer, left to try...TWO to be exact, and I can't wait!

Have you tried any of Red's All Natural Frozen Products before? 

CLICK HERE to learn more about their selection and where they sell them & you can buy them.

I was not paid to feature this post!  I was compensated only with teh coupons sent for the free products, so I could do this review/feature!

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